Weather in this summer The rainfall of the rainy season and the intense heat in August are recorded by the Japan Meteorological Agency.

Weather in this summer The rainfall of the rainy season and the intense heat in August are recorded at 6:36 p.m. on September 1st, Japan Meteorological Agency.

During the rainy season from June to July, precipitation in various regions increased the most since statistics below, while in August the temperature turned around and temperatures rose to a record high.
The Japan Meteorological Agency compiled the weather for this summer from June to August and announced it one day.

Rainfall in the rainy season Record high

Rainfall during the three months of summer increased considerably from eastern Japan to Kyushu and Okinawa due to record heavy rains that caused major damage to various regions in July.

Especially during the rainy season, there is a lot of precipitation, and the difference from normal
The northern part of Kyushu is 1.95 times
Kashiwa Tokai is 1.94 times
Kanto Koshin is 1.78 times
The southern part of the Tohoku region was 1.6 times, the highest number since statistics became popular in 1951.

August Turn around to record-breaking heat

In August, the number of sunny days increased, and it became a hot day of more than 35 degrees every day in a wide area, of which Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, observed 41.1 degrees, which is the highest temperature in Japan so far.

For this reason, the average temperature was high nationwide in August, and the difference from normal was the highest ever at plus 2.1 degrees in eastern Japan, and the highest ever recorded in western Japan at plus 1.7 degrees.

Aling the peak of high temperatures is passing, warm air is likely to enter in the next two weeks or so, and high temperatures are expected to continue nationwide, and the Japan Meteorological Agency continues to call attention to heat stroke.

In addition, since the time when typhoons are easy to approach Japan, please check your preparations for disasters such as heavy rain and storms.